November Thu, 2006
MENENDEZ HOLDS FOUR PERCENT EDGE IN SENATE RACE
As the campaign for the U.S. Senate heads into its final days, Democrat Robert Menendez leads Republican Tom Kean, Jr. among likely voters by a margin of 46 percent to 42 percent in a race where voters hold negative political and personal views of both candidates.
October Thu, 2006
CITIZENS SKEPTICAL THAT LEGISLATURE CAN LOWER PROPERTY TAXES
With state legislative committees scheduled to recommend ways to reduce local property taxes next month, most New Jerseyans doubt that the legislative session on property tax reform will lead to meaningful change, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
September Thu, 2006
VIRTUAL TIE IN U.S. SENATE RACE
With less than six weeks to go before the Nov. 7 midterm election, a new Rutgers- Eagleton Poll finds that the race for the U.S. Senate is a virtual tie, with Democratic incumbent Robert Menendez receiving support from 45 percent of likely voters and State Senator Tom Kean, Jr. backed by 44 percent of likely voters. The one-point difference among the 404 likely voters is well within the margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent.
July Thu, 2006
NEW JERSEYANS SAY LEGAL IMMIGRATION IS GOOD FOR THE STATE
By more than a two to one margin, New Jersey adults say that legal immigration is good for the Garden State. Sixty percent also say that legal immigration should be kept at its current level or increased, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.